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17 Oct 2007

Pushy Mother Plots to Win Her Son the Top Spot

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/10/16/arts/music/16agri.html?_r=1&ref=music&oref=slogin

Agrippina.pngBy ALLAN KOZINN [NY Times, 16 October 2007]

The New York City Opera has been particularly hospitable to Handel, but its productions come and go, often bursting onto the New York State Theater stage for a season and then disappearing. Its “Agrippina” was first seen in 2002, after a 2001 showing at the Glimmerglass Opera, which co-produced it. It has been scarce since then, but on Sunday afternoon Lillian Groag’s ultramodern staging returned to the repertory.

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